ALL ABOUT BEING SCARED STIFF…
Scary Scotty has been scaring people since he was a tiny ghoul. He started his career working backstage in local theatre, for productions both scary and non-scary, and soon moved on to film, which gave him ample opportunity to fine-tune his scaring skills.
The annual Halloween display began in 2003, with a small (but very scary) cemetery in the front yard. Well, this just wasn’t scary enough, so Scary Scotty conjured up the “Little Walk of Horrors” in 2007, which gave everyone a good fright! He followed that up with Monster Mayhem 2008, Medieval Mayhem 2009, Maniac Mayhem 2010, Haunted Coalmine 2011 and Zombie High School in 2012. In 2013 Scary Scott and his wife Amityville Amy had to take a year off to welcome their first baby, Isobel.
Scary Scotty decided that people’s fear should be used to help others, so in 2008 he teamed up with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of BC/Yukon, and started accepting donations from his terrified victims. Make-A-Wish has been a huge part of every Halloween display at Scary Scotty’s since!
Every summer, Scary Scotty starts thinking of new ways to scare people for the upcoming Halloween. Once the days grown shorter and darkness takes over (beginning of October) Scotty starts to build. And build, and build, and build. Scary Scotty and his crew of hard-working goblins works day and night until the Halloween display is so scary, even they can’t stand it any more! They also work hard to make sure that all their victims will be dry and safe while getting the scare of their lives!
Scary Scotty’s favourite part of every Halloween is hearing the screams of his victims turn to laughter as the make their way through his latest haunt, and seeing their smiles when they make it out alive!
Scotty’s goal is to raise $6000 in one year, which will allow Make-A-Wish to grant one child’s wish. So far, he has been a bit short of that goal. He will not rest until he reaches this goal, so please give generously!
SCARED STIFF CRU
Scary Scotty – Evil Genius
Amityville Amy – Evil Sidekick
Impish Isobel – Future Evil Genius
EVIL CONSTRUCTION CRU
Ken Reckahn – Electronics, Construction – email@example.com
Peter Gerber – construction, props, set decoration
Jeff Smith – Construction, props
Leanne Smith – Construction, props
Caitlin & Hayley Smith – set decoration
Jonathan McQuir – Electrician – Stable Electrical Inc.
Bradley Schellenberg – construction, props
Jonathan Ryder – Construction
Keith Burk – Pneumatic props
BLOODTHIRSTY PROMOTION & SUPPORT CRU
Parallel Rentals Inc. – Tents – parallelrentals.com
Budget Printers – firstname.lastname@example.org
Zach Lawrence – Web Development
Scott Lee – Poster & Poster design
Randy Hutniak – Media
2014 MAKE-A-WISH CRU
Ross Hetherington – Make-a-Wish – email@example.com
Kelly Snyder – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Tardioli – email@example.com
SCARY SCOTT WOULD LIKE TO THANK:
WITHOUT THESE SUPPORTERS THE HAUNTED HOUSE WOULD BE DEAD
The community of Renfrew Heights
THANK YOU TO PAST SCARY CONSTRUCTION CRU
Jen Luck – Construction
Todd Brooks – Construction buyer
John Wilcox –Scenic artist – Devise Visual Stuidios – firstname.lastname@example.org
Witold Chiach – Senic artist – Art Studio 4 – email@example.com
Jason Dyck – Scenic artist – firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Houtman – Scenic artist – email@example.com
Randy Mackenzie – Scenic artist – firstname.lastname@example.org
Aaron Coakwell – paint
Brad Longmuir – paint
Sean Wynia – paint
Shawn Callihoo – construction
Nicolette Tyre – set decoration
Micheal Meacher – set decoration
Michelle Meacher – set decoration
Mary Wiseman – Costumes
PAST BLOODTHIRSTY PROMOTION CRU
Lisa Canzi – 2012 poster design
Sandra Prehara – Vinyls, signage – email@example.com
Steve Pooley– Vinyls, signage
Kim Heron – Make-a-Wish – firstname.lastname@example.org
Margaret Bryant – Make-a-Wish